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The Morning Economic Report
8:15 am
Thu July 30, 2015

Economic Conditions' Effect on College Majors - 7/30/15

There has been plenty of research conducted regarding the economic futures of young people who graduate into a recession.  That research indicates that those graduates tend to perform less well economically than those who graduate during better economic times and that this state of affairs can last well into the future. 

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Cellar Notes
2:20 pm
Wed July 29, 2015

Kendall-Jackson "Jackson Estate" Wines - 7/29/15

Price key:  $=less than $20  $$= $20-40   $$$=$40-60  $$$$=above $60
Quality key:  * = decent    ** = very good    *** = superb    **** = elite

 Jackson Estate Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley '13 **1/2 $$
(Silky, intriguing pinot with lush cool country fruit flavors)

Jackson Estate Chardonnay, Santa Maria Valley '13
(Creamy tropical fruit, with complexity and fine structure)

Jackson Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley '12 **1/2 $$
(Affordable high quality Alex Valley cabbernet blend)

Many of these fine wines can be purchased at Reds Wine, Spirits, Deli & Meats.
Visit them at www.redswinenspirits.com

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The Morning Economic Report
2:02 pm
Wed July 29, 2015

Graduate Student Loans - 7/29/15

A new study from the Center for American Progress finds that twenty universities received one-fifth, or six point five billion dollars, of the total amount of loans the government supplied to graduate students during the twenty thirteen twenty fourteen academic year.  Though these twenty schools were associated with a fifth of government supplied school debt, they only educate twelve percent of all graduate students. 

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Maryland Morning Podcast
12:00 pm
Wed July 29, 2015

Interim Police Commissioner Kevin Davis On Community Policing; Freedom And The Second Ammendment

Credit Flickr Creative Commons // Tom Woodward

Interim Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis joins us to discuss the relentless surge in shootings. Mayor Rawlings-Blake told WYPR the city is making progress. We’ll ask the interim commissioner about the war room and other crime-fighting tools, and building trust with the community.

Then, after every mass shooting comes a national debate about guns. We hear from a philosopher who argues the gun lobby makes us less safe and less free.

And, the ‘Environment in Focus’ with Tom Pelton.

Midday with Dan Rodricks: Wed. July 29, 1-2 PM
10:53 am
Wed July 29, 2015

When Rain Hurts

Mary Greene describes the tremendous challenges she and her husband faced after adopting their son from a Russian orphanage. She details her Maryland family’s struggle in “When Rain Hurts: An Adoptive Mother's Journey with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome." Original air date: 02/25/15. Production help from former Midday intern Margorie Goodman.

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